Enroll at SAU in Fall 2013 & Get an Ipad Mini
At SAU, we know that nursing isn’t just your career- it’s your calling. And we’ll help you to take your calling one step further by giving you even more skills to help others in need. Sure, all online courses are convenient; but ours are different. We create real community by pairing you with the best and brightest nursing students and faculty out there. You’ll study with the same group of nurses for your entire program, developing a personal and professional network that will carry you through the next phase of your career and of your life. And- when you enroll in the Fall 2013 program start, we’ll send you a free 16 GB Ipad Mini to help you get started with your studies.
Choose from 3 Concentrations
- Education (MSN/Edu) 2 years
- Business (MSN/MBA Dual Degree) 3 years
- Nurse Practitioner (MSN/NP adult gerontology) 3 years
Why the MSN at SAU?
- Newly accredited
- Values driven education
- Focus on practical application
- Residencies that help you to feel a part of the SAU community
About Spring Arbor University
We’re real. At Spring Arbor University, we recognize the difference between an online degree and getting a degree online. Our Master of Science in Nursing programs incorporate nursing specific competencies with skills and knowledge from other disciplines in a manner that promotes excellence in service, a passion for nursing as a profession, and compassionate care — all in an online format.
“My professional vision has always been to be a nurse. When I set out to achieve my masters/nurse practitioner degree I knew it would help give me more autonomy in my career and help me to care for patients to my full potential. It is my personal vision to be able to integrate faith into the medical care of my patients to achieve holistic care to every person I see… The online experience allowed me to function as an independent student as well as continue my current profession, be a wife to my husband and a mother to my children. As adult learners SAU realizes that life happens and all of those things are important.”
- Julie Hodson, BSN, MSN, NP
2012 Spring Arbor University MSN Graduate